What do suppressors do?
Suppressors reduce the sound made by the release of hot explosive gases from the barrel when a bullet is shot. In other words they make the gun quieter. Not silent, just quieter.
What can’t suppressors do?
There are three primary sounds made when a firearm discharges. The explosion of the propellant, the sonic crack of the super sonic bullet traveling from the muzzle, and on semi-auto weapons, the action cycling. Suppressors can affect one of these – the sound made by the explosion of gunpowder when a firearm is discharged.
Are suppressors legal?
Contrary to popular belief, sound suppressors are legal for private citizens to own in most states. Contact us to find out the process of owning a suppressor.